Vacuum Therapy Buttock Lift

Get your Colombian Butt Lift you have always wanted.

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Main question everyone asks: What is Vacuum Therapy Buttocks Lift and how is it done?

Answer: Redistributing the fat cells from the thighs, hips, lower back area, it is transferred to the gluteal area. Hot and Cold treatment with the vacuum suction is how this is done. It is then sealed to now will be permanently in the buttocks. The vacuum suction cups add volume to the buttocks. Leaving you with better thighs/legs and lower back and an amazing tight/toned booty! Is it permanent? We are continually aging so nothing is permanent. Even surgery eventually needs to be redone. What is permanent is the fat transfer that you will now have stay in your booty. Having more booty than you did originally. The volume however last 3-4 months. The process can be redone OR you can do maintenance. Maintenance depends on the individual and a consult is needed to really give detail because everyone’s body is different. Workout lifestyle is different. Regimen lifestyle is different. It is recommend to do 12 for the best result especially depending on what you look like now in size in all areas of booty, thighs, back etc. Pricing can be found in the Mindbody scheduling site and the link is located on the classes tab here on this website to take you directly to the studios website. Call for a free consult. See instagram highlight for better/more pics. @evettesdancefitnessclub on IG.

Get your booty round, tight, and as plump/big as you want it!*


VACUUM THERAPY (buttocks lift): (If you are uncertain seek medical clearance first from your Physician)

  • Skin diseases
  • Hypertension
  • Cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Epilepsy
  • Phlebitis
  • Vascular Fragility 
  • Hernias in the areas to be treated
  • Infections
  • Inflammations or wounds
  • Kidney conditions 
  • Thrombosis 
  • Bone Rheumatism
  • Fatty liver
  • Adenopathy
  • Lymphedema
  • Active dermal disorders (fungi for example) 
  • Active collagenopathies and sensitivity alterations
  • Not Pregnant